Women!

July 2, 2008 at 10:51 am (Uncategorized)

I’m not your typical Male Chauvinist Pig. I might go as far as to say that womankind breathe life into the world. Women play a considerable part in sustaining human life on earth, and for that, I admire them. Some women are hot, and for that, I admire them. But this is taking it a bit too far.

There’s a limit to how much a person can demand without being considered a witch out to get everyone. Women’s rights activists have disrespected that line. They’ve crossed it by miles in this case.

Here’s how I see a live-in relationship. A live-in relationship is for those people who don’t want to be tied down by the shackles of a legally-bound marriage, but want, in all other ways, to be seen as a married couple. The fact that they don’t want to be tied down is indicative of their not wanting to be held accountable in case anything goes wrong with the relationship. If, god forbid, their relationship should turn sour, they have the right to walk away without being obligated (by the aforementioned shackles of marriage), to do anything for the other person. It’s an open marriage, in a sense, with no commitment. If things work out, great, if things don’t work out, move on with no hassles.

I don’t see anything wrong with my reasoning. To all you greedy women reading this, if you want your alimony, you’re gonna have to get married. In my court, justice will be served to one and all, and it’s unjust to squeeze money out of a poor unsuspecting man like he’s a towel you just washed.

I know that ended abruptly, but hey, … [I have no excuses]

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2 Comments

  1. anonymous said,

    Totally agree. Why doesn’t the male get a right to apply for the alimony? This new live-in idea makes no sense not just because it’s completely against the point of a live-in relationship – it simply says the woman can ask for alimony. What about the guy?

    Maybe us guys should start a first date by asking the woman to sign a “i can’t sue you for anything unless we get married” contract.

  2. Merin said,

    Ah I agree with you. No arguments. Its ridiculous,what these women are trying to achieve.

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